Farm Ireland

Tuesday 12 December 2017

High spec Wicklow holding for €750k

This bungalow close to Brittas Bay in Wicklow is on the market with 12ac for €750,000.
This bungalow close to Brittas Bay in Wicklow is on the market with 12ac for €750,000.

A modern house on 12ac near Brittas Bay in Wicklow is sure to attract buyers from the capital and its surrounds. The property is for sale by private treaty with a guide price of €750,000.

Located at Ballytunny, 2km from Brittas Beach, 9km from Arklow and 60km from Dublin, the holding has great views of the countryside, distant sea views and comes with a number of outbuildings.

According to Celia Lamb of selling agents Ganly Walters the house has been finished to a very high standard and describes it as a "gorgeously bright and spacious, well laid out country residence."

The accommodation includes a large entrance hall with an open fire and glass doors leading through to a terrace. The emphasis is on open planning with the kitchen, dining and living room occupying one large space.

There are five bedrooms of which four have ensuite facilities and another adjacent to the family bathroom. Other accommodation includes a study, a lounge, a utility and guest WC.

The outdoor space is well used with sheltered terraces on all sides while the lawns and gardens are home to a range of mature shrubs and trees.

Quality ground

The 12.32ac of land is described as excellent quality ground all in grass and divided into watered paddocks by stud fencing.

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The bounds of the lands are made up of mature hedgerow and old specimen trees while the land is described as suitable for any kind of farming.

There are also a number of old sheds that could be turned into stables.

According to Ms Lamb the attention to detail in this house is second to none and the residence contains a range of unique, bespoke features.

The property is close to one of the best beaches in the country and yet quite accessible to Dublin and the scenic Wicklow Mountains. The holding is for sale by private treaty.

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